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18 Oct - "Stakeholder monitoring in banking" Lecture by Enrico Onali, Nottingham University , UK

The visit of Enrico Onali is organised in collaboration with Giuseppe Torluccio from the Department of Management.

Oct 18, 2019 from 02:30 PM to 04:30 PM

Where Sala Rossa, Palazzo Marchesini, via Marsala 26, Bologna (first floor)

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Banks are subject to monitoring from different types of stakeholders, such as shareholders, regulators, the government, and creditors, and the objectives of different groups of stakeholders can conflict with each other. In equilibrium, banks' policies are likely to reflect the monitoring incentives of all stakeholders, as well as the ability of different groups of stakeholders to influence bank managers. Since bank regulation can affect stakeholder monitoring, and given the role of banks for economic growth, an investigation of stakeholder monitoring in banking can provide important insights to policy makers. This lecture will provide some insights on these important topics, borrowing from recent research on bank regulation and supervision, corporate governance mechanisms, and dividend policy in banks.